Technical Performance Measures are the secret to any successful program control system. All too frequently tasks are planned without clearly defining when the work is complete. Tasks fall prey to ongoing effort in a schedule and as a result do not provide a clear picture of project progress. No critical path can be assessed and the forecast finish date can not serve as a prediction of when the project will complete. This panel session will discuss what constitutes a good technical performance measure and what can go wrong on projects with poorly documented technical performance measures.
Moderated by Rodolfo Lavaque